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Manila Water surprised over Maynilad’s claim towards water interruption

Manila Water management was surprised over Maynilad’s claims that the interrupted water services recently along its concession areas were due to lack of supply. This is after Manila Water received more of its agreed allocation.

“At any given time, Maynilad may be getting more or less. You never hear about this, it is a collegial body since they coordinate to balance the split. Therefore, we were surprised that Maynilad announced interruptions spanning Valenzuela to Cavite,” reportedly said Manila Water COO Geogino Carpio.

Meanwhile, Manila Water president Ferdinand Dela Cruz expressed sadness that their name is being dragged into the issue. Moreover, he added that there were times they weren’t able to get their own share yet they never go to the media or blame it to anybody else. What they only did, as per him, is talk quietly within the common protocol.

Maynilad spokesperson Jen Rufino stated that they probably need to look for additional allocation in order to prevent interruptions. But according to her, the equal splitting between both concessionaires should work for now.

On the other hand, Manila Water said that instead of lack of supply, the interruptions could be caused by efficiency issues.

Carpio said Manila Water’s Non-Revenue Water, used to measure water lost due to leaks and other problems, is at 12% while he believes Maynilad’s is at 30%,

Maynilad has issued water interruption advisories until April 20 in some areas including Cavite. The following is the list of the affected Maynilad customers in Cavite:

BACOOR
Alima
Aniban I to IV
Banalo
Bayanan
Campo Santo
Daang Bukid
Digman
Dulong Bayan
Habay I and II
Kaingin
Ligas I to III
Mabolo I to III
Maliksi I to III
Mambog I to V
Molino I to IV, VI and VII
Niog I to III
Panapaan I to VII
Poblacion (Tabing-Dagat)
Queens Row East
Queens Row West
Real I and II
Salinas I
San Nicolas I to III
Sineguelasan
Talaba I, III to VII
Zapote I to V

CAVITE CITY
Barangays 1 to 42
Barangays 10-A & 10-B
Barangays 42A, 42B
Barangays 43 to 62
Fort San Felipe (Phil. Navy)
Sangley Point

IMUS
Alapan I-A to I-C
Anabu I-A to I-F
Anabu II-A to II-F
Bayan Luma I to IX
Bucandala I to V
Buhay na Tubig
Carsadang Bago I and II
Malagasang I-A to I-G
Malagasang II-A to II-G
Medicion I-A to I-D
Medicion II-A to II-F
Pag-asa I to III
Palico I to IV
Pasong Buaya I and II
Poblacion I-A to I-C
Poblacion II-A
Poblacion III-A and III-B
Poblacion IV-A and IV-D
Tanzang Luma I to VI
Toclong I-A to I-C

KAWIT
Balsahan-Bisita
Batong Dalig
Binakayan-Aplaya
Binakayan-Kanluran
Congbalay-Legaspi
Gahak
Kaingen
Magdalo
Manggahan-Lawin
Marulas
Panamitan
Poblacion
Pulvorista
Samala-Marquez
San Sebastian
Santo Isabel
Tabon I to III
Toclong
Tramo-Bantayan
Wakas I and II

NOVELETA
Magdiwang
Poblacion
Salcedo I and II
San Antonio I and II
San Jose I and II
San Juan I and II
San Rafael I to IV
Santa Rosa I and II

ROSARIO
Bagbag I and II
Kanluran
Muzon I and II
Poblacion
Sapa I,II and IV
Silangan I and II
Wawa I to III

 

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Source: ABS-CBN News

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